Licensed Marriage and Family
Therapist for over 2 years, possessing in-depth knowledge of principles,
methods and procedures for assessments, diagnosis, and treatment.
Knowledge of Child Protective Services (CPS)
Suicide risk assessments
Practiced in individual and family assessments
Parenting skills educator
Mood disorders specialist
Licensed MFT in California
Family therapy background
Clinical documentation mastery
Solution-focused counseling Specialize in 0-5 yo population
Certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (EBP)
Certified in NCAST assessment
Certified in Depression Treatment Quality Improvement using Cognitive
Certified in crisis/suicide intervention through ASSIST
Certified in CANS Assessment (Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths)
Trained in Incredible Years Parenting Classes
Trained in play therapy, trauma focused CBT, and in Watch, Wait, and
Experience in program development: Anti-bullying on school campus
(k-12); Caregiver/parenting workshops; Suicide education and prevention to
parents/caregivers, teens, and transitional aged youth, youth outreach
Member of CAMFT - California
Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
02/2014 to Current
Licensed Marriage Family TherapistVictor Community Support Services － San Bernardino, CA
Providing mental health services in the SART
(Screening, Assessment, Referral, Treatment) program
Trained in providing mental health services to 0-5yo
population utilizing appropriate assessments, outcome measures, and play
therapy skills to monitor progress and support treatment related to
Efficiently gathered information from families and
social services agencies to inform development of treatment plans.
Collaborated closely with treatment team to
appropriately coordinate client care services with Pediatrician,
Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Pathologist, Mental Health
Rehab Specialist, Clinical Supervisor, and Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Psychologist.
Taught clients and families anger management
techniques, relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional
coping skills and functional living skills.
Worked with parents and teachers to implement
consistent behavior therapy techniques at home and school.
Confident knowledge in San Bernardino County Medi-Cal
documentation, including but not limited to: intakes, assessments,
treatment, service plans, progress notes, case management, discharges,
crisis intervention, and referrals.
03/2011 to 02/2014
Mariage Family Therapist InternOperation Safehouse － Riverside, CA
through Riverside County Mental Health Department with the Prevention and Early
in the evidence based therapy: Depression Treatment Quality Improvement program
using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
providing therapy services to diverse populations: Homeless, Runaways, LGBTQ,
TAY, diverse cultural backgrounds from low income communities, and Foster
therapy to 16-25 year olds with early symptoms of depression.
crisis intervention to TAY who experienced suicidal ideation and self-injurious
and conducted individual, group, and family therapy.
in psycho-social assessments, developing treatment plans and interventions, and
coordinating discharge planning.
03/2011 to 06/2013
MArriage Family Therapist InternMoreno Valley Selpa Counseling Agency － Moreno Valley, CA
and used various therapy techniques, including family systems, cognitive
behavioral, solution focused, behavioral, and crisis intervention techniques in
a school environment.
various therapy techniques with children ages 6- 19 with moderate to severe
emotional disturbances, autistic spectrum disorders, and developmental delays
to increase self-awareness.
disruptive and maladaptive behaviors with children to ensure safety and develop
healthier coping skills.
with special education teachers, staff, and parents to increase consistency
between classroom and home interventions.
progress notes for all clients to ensure proper documentation of session
content and interventions.
in anti-bullying program on campus through student collaboration, art therapy,
and social media.
01/2009 to 08/2009
Marriage Family Therapist TraineeOperation Safehouse － Riverside, CA
youth (11-17 yo) and families in crisis situations.
and understanding in individual, group, and family therapy.
Why Try groups with youth.
administering GAIN Assessments to teenagers (drug/alcohol dependence/abuse
01/2008 to 03/2011
Child Care WorkerOperation Safehouse － Riverside, CA
supervised and worked with 11-17yr olds in the emergency shelter.
Completed in takes upon arrival and maintained proper case notes during the youths stay.
Maintained contact with youths parents, guardians, or social worker to provide information on progress and/or needs.
Facilitated daily groups with the youth to discuss expectations, plans, and issues needing to be resolved.
Collaborated with family counselors to help maintain consistency with behaviors according to the treatment plans.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Counseling PsychologyCalifornia Baptist University － Riverside, CACoursework in Marriage and Family Therapy
Bachelor of Arts: PsychologyUniversity of California Riverside － Riverside, CA